Sara's Galapagos tomatoes were brought from the Galapagos by Sara Goldman, daughter of tomato aficionado Amy Goldman.
These tasty, sweet, full flavored prolific blood red currant sized tomatoes are very early, but produce over a long season.
Like most of the smaller tomatoes, they are tolerant of a wide range of seasons and temperatures, as they need less water than their larger counterparts.
The high yield of these spreading plants are needed, because they are small, jewel-like and sweet and will be devoured in the garden.
These are different than the Wild Galapagos Tomato, a golden cherry sized tomato that is indigenous to the island.
Indeterminate. 70-85 Days.
Approx 25 seeds per pack
Indoors: 5 - 7 weeks before last frost sow 1/4" deep and keep soil evenly moist at 60- 70 degrees F. When the second set of leaves appears, transplant seedlings to individual pots.
Harden off 2 weeks before setting out, when weather is fully warm, in a spot with at least 8 hours of sun daily. Plant seedlings up to 2" under the first leaves, at least 3' apart. Water deeply and well in dry weather.
Outdoors: Sow as above, directly in site when weather is warm.